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Ballad. Acoustic guitar and vocals. Written by Phil Graham and Les Foyle in about 1982. Played live at Brian White's studio by Phil Graham whilst under the weather in about 2004. Some sloppy bits. Topic: Ballad Source: http://www.philgraham.net/music.html
New series of "Best Hits" themed albums, Boring Ballads (Ironically titled) is the best hits of the Ballads performed by Cameron over the years from various already released albums. Topics: Ballad, Comedy
this is a song about how i didn't date this girl named Laura Manasco from Dulles High. I met her in college at UT, and we liked each other. but, she was a soriety girl, and i was on a different track. i felt like if we actually fell in love, then it wouldn't be good for her. she was famously attractive in Southwest Houston, and i had heard her name for years before i met her...and she was every bit as pretty as i had heard. either way, i had to walk away from the whole thing, and this song is... Topic: rock ballad?
from "Tits! The Musical", this hit record concerns the issues a plastic surgeon faces when performing breast enlargement. So as you can imagine, it has been handled with.. erm.. no real care. Co-written by RJ Brown Topic: nipple ballad
Brainwashs follow up release is nothing but bliss. Infinitus reaches beyond emotional electronics, and shows us that Brainwash is indeed the composer, a point proven with the amount of nostalgia this track brings to the listener. A classic. Topics: Ballad, Ethnotronica
This is a ballad. As hopeful as it is there is an air of sadness in there. It is written for a dear friend and is the soundtrack to his short film. I like it a lot, I hope you enjoy it too. Topics: electronic, ballad
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